Technology is changing coupons — and shopping in general.
The Ultimatest Grocery List, a downloadable PDF shopping list that I made for the book and have available at grocerylists.org, made it into the sidebar… Read More »The Wall Street Journal: Want to Save? Put It on the List
“Coupon Sherpa gives iPhone and iPod Touch users access to in-store mobile coupons and printable coupons (found on the Internet) for many of the most… Read More »Coupon Sherpa Mobile Coupons: In Store Coupon Application for the iPhone and iPod Touch
“Out of toilet paper? Need to pick up a few things for dinner? Take a number and start bidding. Many bargain hunters these days are… Read More »Thrifty shoppers ‘Sold!’ on grocery auctions
“In a study that could make marketing managers and salespeople rub their hands with glee, scientists have used brain-scanning technology to shed new light on… Read More »Study: $90 wine tastes better than the same wine at $10
“It’s easy to forgo coupon clipping and comparison shopping during the holidays. Yet this month is the worst time to abandon tactics that never go… Read More »Fill up the grocery cart, roll off with savings
“Shopping at warehouse clubs is convenient — but I’m not sure that I actually save money there… what bugs the heck out of me is… Read More »How to Stretch Your Warehouse Club Membership Fee
“If you haven’t noticed rising prices at the supermarket lately, you haven’t been paying close attention to your spending. Food prices are soaring. Over the… Read More »Shopping for lower price cuts food bill
“Record-high milk prices are stinging Americans at the dairy case, just as millions of thirsty school children are returning to classes. The average retail price… Read More »Skyrocketing milk prices hit families just in time for school
I was contacted by a reporter a few days ago to confirm a statistic regarding the number of Americans who use grocery lists. To be… Read More »Surge in Fuel Prices Significantly Influencing Buying Behaviors and Cooking Habits
“Good news for organic consumers: A 10-year surge in sales of food has made buying organic cheaper. Five years ago, consumers paid up to 50… Read More »Shopping tips help cut cost of going organic
“Imagine a supermarket where you can always find stellar service, rock-bottom prices and high-quality foods.A store where the lines are never long, the checkouts are… Read More »Consumers can take steps to shop smarter, cheaper, faster
“Fruits, vegetables and whole grains will be added to the grocery list of items covered by the U.S. government’s Women, Infants and Children program, which… Read More »Food vouchers add fruit and vegetables, cut milk
“Caren Gaffney would be the perfect contestant on ‘The Price is Right.’ She moves from store to store, meticulously combing the aisles and taking down… Read More »Price Checkers Assemble Inflation Report
“For parents concerned about the effect of the pesticides used in conventional food production, buying organic makes sense, University of Washington research shows. Children eating… Read More »Are organic fruit, veggies worth the extra cost?
“We’ve all been there: You go into a store for a legitimate purchase and suddenly the clearance rack beckons. On ‘Today’s Money,’ we take a… Read More »Seduced by sales? You may need retail therapy